Country singer-songwriter, Jasmine Atkins, returns with a brand-new single, Where I’ve Never Been, coinciding with recently relocating to New South Wales from her home state of Western Australia to pursue her musical aspirations.
Distributed through Social Family Records, Where I’ve Never Been shows a different side to Jasmine’s songwriting. Co-written with Troy Kemp and Jeremy Barnes, and produced by Michael Carpenter, the track focuses on the idea of never giving up and that no matter how many times you fall in life there is a need inside us all to reach for those dreams yet to be achieved.
Jasmine is a vibrant up-and-coming artist on the Australian Music landscape, quickly winning over audiences with her infectious personality and distinctive vocals, her sound drawing influences from the likes of Kasey Chambers, Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood.
Jasmine started performing at the age of three. She taught herself how to read music, and by age eight she was writing songs. She graduated from the Academy of Country Music in 2015. In February that year, she was awarded the WA Country Music Award for Songwriter of the Year. She also won the 2016 CCMA National Talent Quest and competed in the Trans-Tasman Entertainer of the Year Competition, taking home the Most Promising Artist title.
She spent the end of 2017 co-writing with Kirsty Lee Akers, Matt Scullion, Troy Kemp, and Kristy James. In 2018 she released Get Gone and received five WA Country Music Award nominations (Female Artist, Single of the Year, Video of the Year, Emerging Artist and Songwriter of the Year), winning the Emerging Artist award.